from The Century Dictionary.

  • To flop; bang.
  • To puff; swell. Compare flub.
  • To puff; cause to swell.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun UK, slang spittle, especially a piece of spittle that has been spat out
  • verb UK, slang To spit or to gob.


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Origin uncertain.


  • Except i also have no 'flob-a-lobs'. previous/next

    abutterfly Diary Entry

  • So far as I knew anything about bonds of union, there wasn't one that could have tackled itself to us two, except this long, slippery arm of the Water-devil, with one end in the monstrous flob at the bottom, and the other fast to our ship.

    The Rudder Grangers Abroad and Other Stories

  • Also the great flob was there, who came clattering and clanking up from the bottom of the basin, with his hard shells and heavy claws, as if he was the greatest fish alive.


  • Three gonk-rock basketcases whose most political action in the 1990s was to catch each others 'flob in their mouths, reborn as the studded wristband against the throat of the capitalist pigdogs?

    NME Features

  • Bucket size please as Iā€™m still needing to cover post-baby flob!

    light relief ā€“ game over


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  • To inadvertently collide with a wall or door. (According to NPR's Says You)

    October 8, 2011